The Tokyo District Court on Wednesday sentenced the former chairman of a food processing and sales company to a suspended two-year prison term for falsely labeling and selling Chinese eel as those raised in Japan.
The court also ordered Hayama Nakamura, 67, former chairman of Tokyo-based Hamashin, to pay a ¥1 million fine.
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